Widely recognized as one of the best new buildings in New York and one of two required pilgrimage destinations for Norman Jaffe fans. New York Times Architectural Critic Paul Goldberger described it as "Frank LLoyd Wright made sleek".
Architect: Norman Jaffe F.A.I.A.
Production Architect: Emery Roth & Sons
I have always been my father's toughest critic, but here I was hard pressed to find anything to complain about and had to settle for three tiny defects that I had to search hard to find. The most obvious of these is the superficial T pattern in the stone flooring in the lobby that contrasts poorly with the abundant integral structural ornamentation.